December 22nd, 2012, 11:09 PM
#include <WinBase.h> errors: how to avoid?
I get a slew of syntax errors starting in line 243 of <WinBase.h>.
The compiler underscores such typedefs as ULONG_PTR, DWORD, PVOID and HANDLE among others.
Presumably, <winbase.h> has a prerequisite header file that it is not #include'g itself :-(.
What am I missing?
PS: I tried changing the order of #include <WinBase.h>, to no avail.
The code is....
"stdafx.h" is (as provided by Visual C++)....
#include <time.h> // for time()
#include <WinBase.h> // for sleep()
int _tmain(int argc, char* argv)
time_t st, et;
st = time();
et = time();
printf("%ld\n%ld\n%ld\n", st, et, et-st);
printf("press Enter to terminate");
"targetver.h" is (as provided by Visual C++)....
Last edited by Marc G; December 26th, 2012 at 04:55 AM.
Reason: Added code tags
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